ZIGNATURE Kangaroo Limited Ingredient Formula With Probiotics Dry Dog Food, 4-lb bag - Chewy.com

Zignature Kangaroo Limited Ingredient Formula With Probiotics Dry Dog Food

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  • This grain-free, limited ingredient formula is made with one protein source and only a handful of other ingredients, creating a clean recipe with ingredients you can count on.
  • Made with quality Kangaroo meat from Australia, an exceptional source of complete protein, with virtually no saturated fat.
  • Kangaroo contains nearly twice the Vitamin B12 as other meats and is rich in Iron, essential Omega-3 Fatty Acids, other B Vitamins, and Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA).
  • Free of the most common potential canine allergens: corn, wheat, soy, dairy, and chicken, making this recipe ideal for pups with sensitivities and picky eaters.
  • Wholesome peas and chickpeas round out the recipe with powerful antioxidants and fiber-rich, low-glycemic carbohydrates.

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Only the Best Ingredients

To create these nourishing dishes, Zignature gathered the best possible ingredients from trusted sources around the world. Trout, salmon and whitefish all come from the Pacific waters of the Northwest; turkey is raised in the Midwest; duck comes from farms in Western France; kangaroo is brought over from Australia; and venison and lamb are delivered from New Zealand farmlands. Healthy fruits and veggies are harvested from several North American farms based on the season.

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Top IngredientsKangaroo, Kangaroo Meal, Peas...Lamb, Lamb Meal, Chickpeas...Kangaroo, Kangaroo Meal, Peas...Venison, Venison Meal, Chickpeas...Pork, Pork Meal, Peas...
Special DietNo Corn No Wheat No Soy, Low Glycemic, Limited Ingredient Diet...Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Low Glycemic...Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Limited Ingredient Diet...Grain-Free, Gluten Free, Low Glycemic...Gluten Free, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...
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Food FlavorKangaroo, MeatLamb, MeatKangaroo, MeatVenison, MeatPork, Meat

Questions & Answers

40 Customer Questions

How much of the protein comes from animals? (Specifically kangaroo)
Answer by LolaGJan 20, 2023
For this formula, 57% of the protein comes from Kangaroo meat.

If the kangaroos you use in your food are wild-caught, how do you know if they are sick or diseased, etc?
Answer by ChewyJan 08, 2018
All protein sources are rigorously tested before food production starts.

Where is the Kangaroo meat processed and packaged?
Answer by ChewyMay 07, 2022
Zignature develops and crafts their recipes with nutritionists and food scientists and make their products in Perham, Minnesota, and Mitchell, South Dakota. They source ingredients from quality sources around the world. The Trout, Salmon and Whitefish come from the Pacific Northwest; Turkey from the Midwestern United States; farm-raised Duck from Western France; Lamb from the farmlands of New Zealand; and Kangaroo comes from Australia. In addition, fruits and vegetables are from farms across North America, depending on the growing seasons; Vitamins and Minerals come from both North America and France.

What has the Kangaroo been fed? Is it farm raised or wild caught? My little guy has allergies to some of the ingredients absorbed in the flesh of the animals.
Answer by ChewyOct 25, 2017
Due to the Kangaroo being wild caught they will mostly eat grass or shrubs.

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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By maria on Dec 15, 2022

hoping for itch relief

Right now it’s too soon to tell if this food is helping or not. I have 3 dogs and one is a frenchie with very itchy skin constantly. Since we switched to zignature kangaroo 2 of my dogs became very gassy and it smells BAD. All my dogs seem to be much thirstier and my frenchie is spitting up water and small pieces of the food now. Prior to this food my frenchie had these issues but we had him on freeze dried dog food that seemed to end him spitting up. Now he’s doing this again. I’m at my wits end trying to find something that works with all three dogs. Hopefully in a couple weeks I will see more positive results. I read so many reviews and thought this was going to be the food for my dogs. It’s so hard to figure this all out and feeding 3 dogs fresh cooked food is just so expensive. I was doing that for almost a year and everything seemed to be good till the itching started again.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Supermabel on Nov 30, 2022

Working great so far

Due to new issues with my newly adopted dog I transitioned him to this diet. I have been feeding my other rescue dog the small bites for almost 2 months due to gastritis related to her first 4 years in a Tennessee puppy mill. Her situation is almost 100% normal so I immediately decided to put the new dog on it and hope the results I am seeing so far continue. The small bites have been difficult to get recently so I have been giving the smaller dog the regular size kibble and, due to losing some teeth, she appears to eat the larger size just fine, so I will probably end up feeding them both this size. Moving a dog to a totally new protein due to intestinal issues takes time and patience.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Christine on Dec 11, 2022


So disappointed in this product. Would give zero stars if able. From the reviews, it sounds like this is the best dog food in the world- NOT! My dog had extremely bad breath from eating this food when she would eat it. The moment this bag is opened it smelled horrible. The kibble is a dark greenish black color. Not appealing at all for dog or human. Looks like going back to pro plan. What a waste of money.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Bella on Oct 21, 2022

Feedback Z

Hi. Unfortunately, Bella refused eating the Zignature Kangaroo Formula after the second feeding. She went for days without eating. I finally purchased her original food again. She ate immediately. I threw out the entire bag except for 2 cups. Bella was unimpressed with the food. Thank you!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By TAGER on Oct 3, 2022

Didn't work for my Boxer

Very disappointed the Kangaroo as primary protein did not help my Boxer with his skin problems. That's why I rated a one star. I'm still hopeful this brand will help him because of their limited ingredients. We are moving on to the catfish. Pray this will help him with his skin problems.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Midge on Nov 8, 2022

Kangaroo Food the best

Finally a dog food that has eliminated digestive, stool issues caused from food allergies. Best of all, she loves it.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By CatR on Jul 23, 2022

Food for allergies

Hi, I ordered this food as well as the Zignature kangaroo treats because my newly adopted dog, Bria, was diagnosed with a skin infection, most likely food related. I decided to try a protein that I know she's never had before (I know this from previous experience) I thought she would like it and eat anything since she was a rescue but to my surprise, she does like it I am at my witts end trying to find her a food/protein that she's never had and likes

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Stacie1 on Jun 23, 2022

STOP feeding this to your dog!

My dog was on this food for a few years. Over 6 months ago his vet discovered a heart murmur. She did an X-ray and his heart was enlarged. Keep in mind He was completely healthy leading up to this. She suggested stopping his food immediately which I did. She explained that dogs do not need a grain free diet, so I switched to Natures logic beef. In 6 months time his murmur is gone and his X-ray showed his heart is back to normal size. More than one doctor listened to him to make sure there was no murmur. It is sickening that these foods are being pushed on our dog because we humans sometimes need a grain free diet. Zignature was on the list that came out years ago about causing heart issues. I chose to ignore it thinking it was likely something else or wouldn’t happen to my dog. Anyhow do some research before choosing your dogs food is all I can say.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tina on Nov 19, 2022

Zignzture Kangaroo formula

I love this food for my dog with a sensitive stomach. The only draw back is the price.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Lbs024 on Aug 24, 2022

was great for awhile

This food saved my dog as he was allergic to chicken however after approximately two years on it, he started having gas and loose stools. Unfortunately trying to find something else.